Kind Words for HUDS Staff
Theresa Gebert '13 signs a poster that Currier's House Committee organized that reads, "Thanks for your dedication. You're the best, Currier Staff." The initiative for the poster started over Currier's emailing list as a gesture to show the house's appreciation for the staff that came to work during Hurricane Sandy.
A sign lists a few of the roughly 900 flights in and out of Boston's Logan International Airport that were cancelled on Monday. Amtrak and bus services were also suspended, leaving travelers in the lurch.
The high winds of Hurricane Sandy knock over a bike outside of Sever Hall.
Pedestrians stop to watch Sandy over the Charles River, where the visibility is extremely low.
A billboard rests tattered in front of the Citgo Sign, a well known Boston landmark. Hurricane Sandy ripped through Boston on Monday, with strong winds and rain continuing overnight.
Students run through the Old Yard braving the weather of Hurricane Sandy. Due to high winds and rain many large tree branches and leaves were scattered throughout Harvard Yard, Tercentenary Theater, and the rest of Harvard Square.
EqualiTEA Attendees Brave Hurricane Sandy
Students attend Dean of Freshmen Thomas Dingman's EqualiTEA on Monday afternoon, despite winds and rain Hurricane Sandy.
Freshman forward Jake Freeman is knotted in a three-way tie for first place on the Harvard men’s soccer team with three goals. Freeman and the Crimson will take on Holy Cross on a date to be determined.
SHAUN OF THE DEAD
Sophomore Shaun Chaudhuri took home the A flight singles and the B flight doubles titles at the Harvard Halloween Classic, earning an 8-0 record at the Crimson men’s tennis team’s penultimate fall tournament.